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Planning to install Microsoft Azure Backup Server in our production environment which is firewall restricted, but I could not find any documents which specify the exact TCP/UDP port requirements.

What are the TCP/UDP ports that needs to be open for the ‘Microsoft Azure Backup Server’?

I can see some of the ports that are used by the ‘Microsoft Azure Backup Server’ in our development environment:

Process Name - Listening Ports:

  • Cbengine.exe – TCP 6049
  • DPMRA.exe – TCP 5718
  • MSDPM.exe – TCP 49636, UDP 51379
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  • Check this Microsoft page for reference azure.microsoft.com/en-in/documentation/articles/… – vembutech Jul 1 '16 at 9:37
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I know this question was asked in 2016 however we currently (July 2018) have an open Microsoft Premier ticket on this very issue as a backup job is failing. Here was response from Microsoft.

Per Microsoft what is required for Azure remote backups to work:

Please whitelist the following:

  1. www.msftncsi.com
  2. *.microsoft.com
  3. *.windowsazure.com
  4. *.microsoftonline.com
  5. *.windows.net

Ports to open: 443 and 6049

If IPs are required, latest downloadable public IP of Azure datacenters can be found here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=41653

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Found the article 'Configure firewall settings for DPM'

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh757794.aspx

It must be the same ports as Windows Azure Backup Server is based in DPM.

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